Do you often find that your dining room space has become the hub for stray objects. There are some solutions.
First, find homes for important and much used objects you find so that they don’t end up back on your dining room table a month later. And then, get rid of chipped, broken, stained pieces you no longer like or have no use for. Usually, dining rooms are void of any type of storage unit like a closet. Instead, sideboards and buffets are used which can be attractive and practical. Preferably, these pieces of furniture will provide shelves and drawers, making it easy for you to showoff your fine china while offering enough storage space. In fact, you can be creative and use a bedroom dresser or armorer to hold your items. Dresser drawers are usually deep and offer plenty of storage while adding charm at the same time.
1. China, Corner Cabinets, and Hutches
These furniture pieces are beautiful and functional. They can be used for both storage and display. As they are taller than sideboards and buffets, there’s more room for display areas.
2. Storing, Displaying Objects on the Wall
If your dining room is rather small and space is tight, a creative way to add storage is to use the walls. You can find beautiful cabinets that can be secured to your wall designed with glass doors to display your dishes, glasses, and other knickknacks.
3. Storing Linen
Most people use nice linens when entertaining for special occasions like holidays or birthdays. Special tablecloths, napkins, cutlery, glasses, china, placemats and more are stored for special events. These items can be placed in a drawer, china cabinet, buffet, or sideboard. If there is no place, don’t forget about using your wall space.